Program Objectives – Intended Learning Outcomes for Environmental Engineering Program

Program Objectives

PO1. Graduates should have general, fundamental, and advanced knowledge focusing on the field of environmental engineering: water-wastewater treatment, air pollution control engineering, and solid waste management in order to solve environmental issues and continue their study at higher level.

PO2. Graduates should have an ability to identify the problem, clarify the specification, consider possible solution, design, implement, and operate environmental treatment systems adapting the social demand and national regulations.

PO3. Graduates should have professional skills and attitude, adequate soft skills to communicate and work effectively in a team with diverging characteristics to solve environmental engineering problems.  

Intended Learning Outcomes

No. Intended Learning Outcomes
Knowledge and understanding
1 Apply the knowledge of mathematics, sciences, and engineering to solve environmental engineering problems
2 Apply a broad knowledge to consider the impact of environmental engineering solutions in a global, economic, and social context
3 Identify, formulate, and solve environmental engineering problems systematically
4 Design and conduct classical and modern experimentations, as well as analyze and interpret data
5 Design environmental systems, components, or processes to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environment, occupational health, and safety
6 Apply the techniques, skills, and modern technical tools necessary for technical practice in environmental engineering
7 Display the ability to communicate effectively in English, writing reports, and presenting professional topics.
8 Work effectively on multidisciplinary teams to accomplish a common goal
Autonomy and responsibility
9 Demonstrate professional and ethical responsibilities in the practice of environmental engineering
10 Recognize the need and continue the professional development and lifelong learning.